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ARROW DAILY DEMOCRAT. FRIDAY. JULY 0, 1000
SE SPECIAL SALE No. 16
TUB WEATHER SATURDAY Fair.
Wants a Town Hall.
At The Surprise Store, 163-165 S. Main st.
For ono jvcok only, beginning tomorrow, Saturday, and ending next Fridrty.
' ' " ' ' ' J " " ' i ,
7 iff I
R i 1
In Our Basomont.
On Suttmliiy afternoon ho will give n talk from 'J:30'to 3:80
o'clock, and from 7 to 8 o'clock in the evening. Don't fail to hear
BIG BARGAINS IN HOT WEATHER GOODS
AT 89o KACH-Ladles' Muslin S
gowns, full uindo, tucked and riilllccl. c
AToOc, loo, ti.du Jiiuuns' iiiusiinxgenorniiy pay Ton ynru tor.
nna Camnrie gowns, tucKoa linn
rufllnd, trimmed with Imco mid om-
AT 10c. Ui'ic. R0c A PAIR Ladies
muslin nud cambric drawers, trim
med wlthlaco and ombroldory. All
ATfiOe, 75o,8ooTO $2,00 EACH
laidlcs' wJiito skirts trimmed with
lace and embroidery. In umbrella
and princess shapes. All havn dust
AT 8c. 10c. 1'Jit.c TO JI.2.-I NAOH
Ladles' corset covers iu squaro V,
our fnndy yokes, Including tho new
Biyio f roncn corset covors.
White shirt wnlsts with soft eulfs,
trimmed with Insertion and fancy
Iiemstlching coiuineuceint; at .f 1 .00
$1.25. 1.C0, l."5 to :i.r.O ouch.
Sl'BOIAlt Silk ribbon shirt
waists with laco insertion, all sizes.
Thoso walnts wore mucin lo sell at
$5.00, oiir prices 2.00 to $2.50 each.
AT Mo 3i)o, 50c to $2.00 EAOJI-
Linen crash skirts, and denim skirts
trimmpd atd plain, all fast colors,
just what you want for thoso lint
t!OnSKTSAnothoroHO of thoso
wonderful values In 2fe Corsets.
Tho host summer onset, in this
AT UOp Ijadles' corsots made of
good jenii and from tlio same stylos
as r0c goods.
AT $1,00 Indies' hfgh bust, low
bust and medium bust ICubo Corsots
in Jhitlsto and summer not.
Great Ribbon Sale.
15c, ire, 19c
To give our customers our
WON'T RI2 SORRY, you will gel good clothing cheap.
WE XAOISS't Bo Sorry.
Wo will clean out all light and medium weight goods ami be
ready to put In a large stock for foil.
ALL MATS will Miller.
A OUT FROM
Rcllnlile llntters, Clot
1 18 and 120
1 1 1 li
M tti!l going on ill o prices, with n surprise upil'lo llic full sntlsliictloii of
Hie i tiMnnici' c tlnil tlnil llicic lire people who known bargain when they
see II Iu footweni. Seeing Is Hie only true pioof. Wo can save you ition
ey nu nil Ian shoes. The Wlllo Call', clour lv(tl, .llluoU Kid. Tun Kid, Ilex
t'ulf, Trench Talents, up-lo dale styles.
Jf . 25.
A ! Tonllus found a man aliasing u
horse at Iolrlawli Tliiirsdaj. lie look
possession of the animal. The man
left without lining lo gel tin horse. II
'Is believed that Ihe anliiial was stolen.
11ns boon ha
uiiilo so vera
China. Tom Sharkey had his trouble with our
(jus Ruhlin reeontly,' and .tho ooming prosidoii
tial election will make more or loss troublo for
both great parties. ;
The average man's greatest troublo s in the mat-2
tor of dress. Where to get tho host fit, tlio highest 2
grade, tne nobbiest stylo,
l Henry I Rfrrndini
The People's Clothier
Jlas no troublo in meeting all thoso rotjuiromouts. Go
and see his stock. No troublo to show goods whether
you buy or not.
619 South Main si.
AT fie A YARH-Kxtriiwldo lawns
and dimities just tho sanio as you
AT 7c, A YARD A blir special in
ISO In. percales, those goods aro ro-
guiur isfto gracio, nut out tney go
! at 7c.
AT 10c AND l2Uc A YARD Iloro
is wliero wo excel in wash goods.
Wo show nil tho most up-to-dato
goods tho market affords. Fancy
foulard pattorns In all colorings.
AT 10c, 12 l-2o and lfio A YARD
Whlto Tiidla linens and lawns, tho
best hnrgalns ovor sold ovor a coun
tor. Wo want you to comparo them
with tho lilghor priced goods and
you will find them oqually as good.
AT 8c A YARD Dress ginghams
In fast colors, .lust tlio tiling tor
uhlldren's wonr. Thpse aro the regu
lar 12 l-2c qualltlos.
At Re. 8c. 10c and 12!c Ladies'
vests, full fashioned, mado of good
iiineo ynrn, an sizes.
AT ITuj, 20c and 23c Ladles' vosts
in all kind of sjoovos, Also drawois
at tho same prices.
AT 25c EACH Gohts' Underwear
In ooru and light blue. Wo .rocoin
', mend tlio light blue, as it won't soil
so soon. Drawers and shirts In all
AT 30c and f.0p EACH Plain and
fancy 'Jersey ribbed balbriggan un
derwear In shirts and drawers; ex
tra good quality, all sizes.
AT 50o EACH Men's summer
shirts, all sizes, with or without
All Silk Ribbons for
to 25c a yard.
to ?tte a CenU
This Month, We
mollis fop one mouth. Y(MT
liters, anil luiruisliors.
1 1254 South Main street
Near Voits, In Ortschlll'i BlocX.
F8 o cS onto si -s &"
C. L U. Meeting.
At a meeting of ihe Central Labor
I uloii last nielli I hi Labor Day com
mittees repul'leil, Progress Is being
iiiiido In the-aniiiiKeiueuls for the cile
n& hor troubles with tho Boers,
'nations aro havintr troublo in
and at a cheap price.
Voters Will Pass Upon
It Next Spring.
Structure to Include
Prison and Library.
Paid Five Dollars For a
In Lake Anna.
Hoonan Has. Returned to the
Rarberton, .Tuly (I. The rapid growth
of this city warrants a city building, Is
the opinion of the lending business
That the Jul! Is n disgrace to the
town Is ii fact well known. A prison
could be included iu a city hnll ns well
as room for a library, which Is ii thing
of the near future. Another thing that
Is badly needed Is a safe In which lo
place public papers.
It Is hoped In bring the matter of
building a city hull before the voters
next spring. Ai t lie sumo time It Is
believed the vllluge will he advanced
to a city, providing the census returns
show n population of n,000.
The hot weather yesterday, and It
might he added, today, caused uiatiy
people here to swelter and
swear. Rut Otis Neltz was
not one of them. He simply secured
relief by taking a hath In Luke Anna.
This he did, however. In u way not
prescribed by law, and was arrested,
lie had neglected to wear tin neces
sary apparel, ami was charged with
exposure ot person. In Mayor MeNii
ma rn's court lie pleaded guilty and was
lined .y," ami costs.
ICvery day the bathing bench of Lake
Aiiiiii Is crowded. Young boys and
men go swimming and furnish much
fun for the onlookers,
Tim lloonan, the pugilist, is home
from a visit to uirioiis points In the
east. He has returned 0 work at the
Soda Ash plant. As yet he lias not
nnswercd Arl Minims' proposition lo
light for the gate receipts, made him
three weeks ago.
The Y, M. ('. A. Is arranging for a
lecture course next winter. They will
s d !?ir.O for (lie laleiil.
The second annual picnic of the lrm
.Moulders Union, No. iio, will he held
.Saturday, .Inly M, at Randolph park,
prizes amounting lo f2u(i will bo given
lo the winners of the different sports.
'I lie Kni'hcrtou nud ('u.viihoi'n Tails
hall Iciiins will play for a purse of .f,r0.
Iliindieds will allend from this place.
.Mr. K. A. Woi'lhen Is In New York
City on business.
II. It, Hiird of Clooliind Is the guest
of .M. Itlchberger and finally.
.Mr. ami .Mrs. ,1. Iter! Jackson and Mr.
and Mrs. (), I), llverliard returned
last night from a, few days visit iu
Hairy Lowell charged with stealing
.fl).rii fioiu Td Snyder xvns discharged
by .Major McNaiunra this morning.
The lirsl car lead of hogs was killed
at .Inimerly Hro. packing huti( at
Halo I his week. Hereafter they will
recelvo two car loads of hogs ccry
The Hatcher's Association will ghe.
lis Hi si picnic at Itiindolph'psrk .Inly
2.". They will have killing conlesl's
nud olher sports. The meal men from
Cuyahoga Tails, ltarheiloii, Canton
ami Cleveland. will atlcnd In bodies.
Tice lunch and rcfrehliinenls will be
The luillcnlloiis are that their picnic
will lie as large us the grocers.
Running In Streets.
Terrible Outrages On
Foreigners' In Pekin.
English Have Given Up
Franco Roceivos Good Nows
From Its Consul.
Chinese Situation Has Grown Much
London, .Inly tl, (t.tp).)-Anotlier sen
satlonal report from Shanghai sn.s:
Ml Is stated Unit the "Ro.xers" iu
I'i'UIii, besides murdering the foreign
ers, uiasslicrcd ,",0P(i native Cntliolle
com ens, of iiliuiu lo.WU were known
OUR LINE OF
Linen Shoes, Rus
sian Calf, Patent
Leather and Lin
All si.cs and widths ma:lo
in .lasts that fit tho foet
E. C. Wi
113 E. MILL ST.
Akron Savin? Bank Block.
Lot In the Rrodt iillolinent, near
Salt works, facing tho Rapid Tran
sit railroad, OO.xjno. This will he
Ihe last lot sold u the present
price, before the big real estate
boom. Tor further particulars,
Bd floor M. O'Noil fc Co.
to be ill the city.
"Chinese refuges coiillr,in the stories
of foreigners being put to the lortiife
"Tin city Is described as nu Inferno,
and Ihe streets are saldJS he running
: ) v -
Washington, July I!. (Spl.) The
Slate department Inade public lids
morning a synopsis the dispatch re
eelved from C. (!. (!oodiiiw at Killing
hill, bill withheld because the contents
vtorc consldcied loo alarming und were
more Iu lino of opinions than of news.
The dispatch Is dated Shanghai, .Inly
r, 1:10 p.m. .Mr. Cooduow says Unit
the situation is serious and that the
Insurrection mmcnicnl Is extending,
If the allied forces In Ihe north should
meet with reverses the disturbances
will certainly cxleud Jo central nud
south China, with the result of the
expulsion and minder of foreigners hi
the Interior nud Ihe ruin of Irade.
Strong force lie says Is liecessnry to
cheek the viceroys In the north und
lo support the viceroys In the south.
The consuls of all the powers iu China
luue soul an Identical dispatch to this
elVect lo llielr respective governments.
French Consul Escaped.,
1'nrlH. .lulj tl. (Spl.) M, Trancols,
the Trench consul at Lang Chow, who
Wliiv you can get the biggest del
5 lar's worth of shoe leather iu Ak
rou. Haven't gone Into detail
cliiuotntol.. but Just hint of
ood things to be expected at
... , o
About 125 pahs women's Ootigola o
iiuiiuu ouues, put. up, nu sizos.ick- t
ular $1.75 and J; now go at rcmo. t
J al price, i
Z One large lot of Ladle,' Tan Laco
shoes, vlcl and cloth tjirnny M.t). S
former pi Ice. $'.'; this Is.lho last lot J
going at ventolin prieouu
a " . o
2 ' 3.1.4-cs. , 2
5 1 lot Tan and IHnclr Oxford Ties, S
....,,...- -., -
i and McKays, sizes 2
act pricesV?Lrin to $:i. ;
yt.j to I, form
Men's Covert fJlotli bills.,
price, jji,'.',-,; removal price, J
! Hi 8 CO
121 S.Howard st.
I I xk'iy
I The Popular
N ....Line of
In Light and Medium
Every one of them
perfectly reliable quality
in an unlimited variety
H of styles and materials.
H They're made up in The
Surprise Store's model
work shops, by artist
tailors. We guarantee
every suit in evory respect.
$q $a $17
UniTv' T"nA Por Quite of cool and handsome wash materials, are
Doys Mee ram mils 011 sai0 Qfc 25c, soc and rsc.
RAV Vp0 and Double-Breasted Knee Pant Suits of fancy cassi
DDjO V Wlvl meres-, serges and fancy worsteds, aro on sale at 7SC, $1,
$1.50, $2.00, $2.50; finest grades at $3, $4 and $5.
VniinO" IWTl'c Qllitc begin at $2.50 for excellent cassimero suits,
lUlUlS IVItil 5 C5UIL3 bettor grades aro here at $3.50, $4.50, $6.50
and up to $10. Every garment reliable in quality, superb in make, perfect in fit
Shield Rows J-
hl Plated . Cr
Link Ruttons J-
Light Weight rnr
Taney Underwear . . ..T. . . v3"v
Leather Relts, rfp
All shades -JUL
Imported Madras J1 rn
Negligee Shirts P 1 3U
Men's and Roys' Cr
Celluloid Collars 'J'
Men's T.xtra j ftp
Klastlc Carters "
Rnlbrlggan J ftp
Rich Silk Cn
Rat whig Ties
Stiaw Hats, fancy C1
nud plain bands T
MONEY BACK ON REQUEST. CLOTHING REPAIRED
S. MAIN ST.
was compelled to leave Ids post on ac
count of tlio Ro.xcr troubles, and for
whose sal'eiy gravo fears were felt
for a (ime, cabled M. Helcasso, the
uibjlsler of foreign aiiaircs tills morn
lug thai he had a'rrlvcd at Lankl safe
ly and that all the Rupropcaiis with
llhu were iu good health. There were
great rejoicings heie over this good
Lyndon, .inly d.- (Spl.) Kuuliiuil and
Uuropo have given up hope for the
loieiguers Iu Tel; In, nud stand aghast
at t)i Intimations of lleudish horrors
that accouipanled tlio inassiicre of Iho
inlnlsters and tho hapless men, wo
men ami children, who took Until re-
tuge in tho nrltlsli legation.
Moro Troops Going.
Washington, .Inly n,-(Spl.)-'l',liero
has bpon no change In t(ie China situa
tion iif far as iho government olllclals
here know. The War department is
pushing plans for sending additional
troops to Manila ami each transport
carrying troops will until further or
ders proceed dh'eet to Nagasaki, .bipau,
wheic If necessary orders will bo sent
to them to continue to Tnku.
Akron Is threatened with a milk fa
mine. Vealers (hid it almost Impossi
ble to supply the ilciiuiud. Short pas
tures aic icsponslble.
Haviug bought the Badger, Van
Ness & Co. store, we are closing: it
out In our room. We boiiffht this
stock at pood reduction and as we
want t to Interfere as little as
possible with our stock, we will for
the next .30 days havo some excep
tional values in shirts, neckwear,
unaerwear, hats, caps, bags and the
Hiany articles that went to make up
this unusually fine stock.
BLACK BEAR HAT STORE.
Men's and Boy's
fn all the now shapes, in every
size standing and turn down
. " l'm i
Roys Corduroy and
Wool Kuee Tunis . .
Shirts, '2 collars . ...
Silk- and Madras
Always So -fcrto Virdows
In mill IS bL4 BS' mBA taf
u Ai in it
a Greatest Variety
Also Promos, Pocos,
all best, makes of
most coniploto line of
In tho oRy. wholesale, and retail. Instruc
tions cheerfully given. Uso of dark room
Ooo. S. Dial oss & Son
Tol. I88S Attr-on, O.
Long Lake Park
Newly irfltteit rnraptnnt row, quick
time, i nu dully it timid l;.Tn,.lll nilnK'K0.
nuMits for iny or nlnlit nxcui'8lons. lllua
Kill supiiom mill mmiiiei'hosrdein at liotol
mint reiiRonnlili'. Tel, '.'Tl.
Tho Democrat is gnlnlas readers and
popularity ovory day; rcat". It.
Q Ar wtMttAiiU1, .liga
Unexampled in Fit.
Grace and Durability.
Novelty Styles in Rich
rPLi fif. Mm nol"Avinrrc
the Avear and shape re
taining qualities of these
garments are guaranteed
to l)e unsurpassed in tho
whole world. Thoy aro
specimens of high-art
Rest quality Ofir
Rubber Collars' . ., "L
High grade yrp
L'nderwear . OL
Madras Shirts . ., pl
Tine quality new Cftf
Spring Neckwear JUL
Susiienders . . .' J
Colored Soft i Cflr
Shirts, extra cuffs ' JUL
Khibrohiored ' Cflr
Night Shirts OUt
Roys' Taney Cflf'
Striped Sweaters OUL
Men's newest ' d
Coif Hats M
Chllilren's j O,
Shirt Waists lOL
FOR ONE YEAR FREE
f What! i
S. A. HEER
Cyclones, Wizards and
Cameras. J .unrest and
K.of P Officers Installed.
The lolloivfng i.amed otttcers were In
stalled Thursday evening for MePher
son lodge, I, of P.: Chancellor com
mander, A. K. Llmrlo; vice ehnuecllor
commander, Robt. Myers; prelate, Geo.
Carmlchael: sergeant at arms, Mr. fSnl
lawny: inside guard, Ceorge C. Jack
son; outside guai d, Mr. Porter.
and ICE CHESTS
and Gasoline Stoves,
and Prices Right.
The Jahant Co
166 South Howard st.
C.L a hLdiji . x itr$ 'Ai dV i.k. . , 1 .-i.urdiP' .S . " r .
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